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Writing Workshop Program: Alicia Rasley at LAWRENCEBURG PUBLIC LIBRARY DISTRICT

APRIL 20, 2024
1:30 PM – 3:30 PM ET

Lawrenceburg Main Library
150 Mary St.
Lawrenceburg, IN 47025

Alicia Rasley will lead a workshop on april 20 at lawrenceburg public library.

Author Alicia Rasley will present the writing workshop Story-builders! Let’s Get Started Plotting! thanks to support and sponsorship from Indiana Humanities and the Indiana Authors Awards.

We also thank DoubleTree by Hilton Lawrenceburg for their additional sponsorship.

Workshop Information:

STORY-BUILDERS! LET’S GET STARTED PLOTTING! Do you have a story in you? Is there an idea or character you want to explore? Here’s your chance to get started with the guidance of a veteran writer and affirmative editor, Alicia Rasley. We’ll start with your idea, and build out from there—explore the characters, organize the plot, outline dramatic events. Here’s what we’ll be doing in this fun and practical workshop:

1. Developing your story through the Three Plotlines (External, Internal, Interactional)

2. Channeling your characters and discovering their journey, goal, and strengths/weaknesses

3. Changing the characters through events of the plot

4. Intensifying the conflict and character change

5. Ending the story with drama and resolution

About Alicia Rasley:

ALICIA RASLEY is an award-winning novelist whose mystery, science fiction, family saga, and romance novels have been released by major publishers. She has edited dozens of stories and teaches fiction writing in workshops and online. She teaches writing and American literature at Everglades University. An Indiana native, she currently lives on the White River, and is developing a podcast about the challenges that come up when you’re plotting a story. She loves to help brainstorm other people’s stories and research solutions to writing and grammar problems! Her writing articles can be found at